kingdom plantae

Biological kingdom chart

The Biological Kingdom Chart

protocells Autotrophic Heterotrophic

Chemosynthetic Photosynthetic Mobile Sessile

Prokaryotic Cells
small, simple
Kingdom Archea
Three strains, all heat sensitive and anaerobic.
Kingdom Eubacteria
Aerobic Photosynthetic Bacteria. Formerly called blue-green algae.
Kingdom Eubacteria
Aerobic spirochetes.
Kingdom Eubacteria
Aerobic spored bacteria
Unicellular

Eukaryotic Cells
large and complex. Evolved as symbiosis of prokaryotes.
No kingdoms evolved on earth. Kingdom Protista
Green, golden, red, and brown unicellular algae.
Kingdom Protista
Protozoans- amoebae, ciliates, flagellates
Kingdom Protista
Sporozoans like plasmodium.
Unicellular
Kingdom Fungi
yeast

Eukaryotic Cells
organized as tissues, then organs and organ systems
Kingdom Plantae
Seaweeds and kelp, mosses, liverworts, spores plants (club mosses & ferns), gymnosperms, and flowering plants
Kingdom Animalia
sponges, coelenterates, flatworms, roundworms, mollusks, annelids, arthropods, echinoderms and chordates
Kingdom Fungi
Ascomycete, basidiomycete, phycomycetes, and fungi imperfecti.
Multicellular

Humans Societal
Notes- Darwinian competition fills out the members of each box, Margulian cooperation allows each new layer to form. Protocells are placed at the top left, indicating that they have proto-cellular structure, no cellular organization, and no intrinsic trophic function.

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